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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. Lethbridge, Tuesday, Seijembcr CENTS Number 2-W IN 10 UG1LEGIM1 Premier Briefly Explained M. TweerJie Folltmed Opposing Liberal Moved and George Hoadley Arose Reading Newspaper Editorials Until Midnight r. if .j tf if MINISTER HERE TOMORROW tj Hon. C. 1. Uobc.-ly, minister of Justice In the Bordeu Cat- met. will visit LfthbrMge to- rr.ojTow. He arrive on the ff 13.30 Irain on the AMersyde AHa., Sept. Premier. "In the old charier there opposition are detcnnlued to was a very decided diftaencc cf branch, find return to Calgary adopt.a policy ot-olisltiiciloD iu In regard to the clause ia Qn tbe'train at 18 o'clock. His i- Illation was made plam by j b, amj attlt.de in the house tcday. Be- COIl5lrucW j-ocd the usual preliminary business of receiving acd presenting petitions, no (msiaess was done the inoviijj; ol the second reeling ol the. Ifce country to miles of ratt- s guaranteed, rcgardlpss ol dls- ;c betv.een Edmontoo and I'ort by 1'rein.or billon. speech o! the Premier reading ol the bill vas verjr evfttlset outlining briefly tte points In lavor oi the proposal submitted to The rellabilHy of J. McArthur and 'his associates' who! we lo construct "the Eoail, the fact j that lite piovinre. will jrct full value (or its money in tfcat ilic full tlitee huudied and; fifty miles Dt railway vill be. built before the province pays oicr the jconey that this bill defin- itely clears up and settles to the sat- isfaction ol 'all parties concerned a matter has been in dispute nearly, low rears, the province is ie- licvcd Irotn Iiirlher responsibility in Ihc inatter- T. M." Centre Calgary. fjrod ott. the. first opposition gun a'tnl BpoVe lot afiout ,an hour. Alter lie Jiad finished, 'a ilcad silence ensued. .The opposition expected that- tho! government- respond to Mr. Tweedie's. hut no one on the benches stirred. George, Hoadley, Okotoks, followed, end the house half an hour" befoie. raidhight and still -tad not.fi hi shetl. By mean long the intend to continue obstrUcl long. as until Premier Sifton gives The fuller lietalls-of Ws proposed 'contract with was 'moved by Mrl" will resume to- v Mayor "Spencer, Medicine Hat, gave notice that1-on-Wednesday 'he will znovo Cor leave_to-introduce a bill lo .tmcr.ri the public' worlts 'act. A petition to'anienil the Medicine Haf charter was read and "received. M. presented a petition to authorize the'city of Calgary, to Issue dehealures at 5 per cent. THE PHIiMlKR Sl'EAKS Premier Sitfoc, in.moving the adop- tion ol the. hill'respecting Alter- ta and Great Waterways in the Al- berta Legislature today outlined the featured in connection with the bill u-hich he said had warranted the leg- islature in submitting the proposal io the legislature. From the point cf of the parlies whom it was riovr proposed should build the rail- proposal was beyond criti- would be ljuilt iu the form ol an ad- I UUicnal line and three hun- the. dred anil fifty iiiilts-'wss paid for it would have been huiit. "Thcte were a number of claims against the A. A: G. company, and jit hail reached a time it ap- peared important that the provision should Le made for tlic payment of those-claims, ahd-fliat they 'should not bu paid by the province of "Al- bert a if (ficrc any otlier way in which (hey could be met. (Continued on. page jurty character, but roentR have been made for a jiufcl ic me el Ing 1 n St. Augus- tln'3 hall at 15.30 o'clock. All w. o. T. u. 'PROVINCIAL CONVEN- TION WILL BE HELD HERE YEAR Alia., Sept. Provin- cial Women's Christian Temperance FOR WEST INDIES WATERS UcvoiijKvrt. England, Sept. British cruisers Suffolk, Ilcrwick and Lancaster, which aro later to be Join- ed ihu Mgumoutu, sailed today for Bermuda. From tbat Laie the r.ewly- c on s tltutcd British Atlantic coaimanded by Rear Ad- mtral Sir Christopher Craddocb; wi'l watch British interests in the Panama zone. This squadron will present RrJtain at the oponinp of Ihc canal. Union convention Jfor 1514, be held In Lelhbrldfce. j The convention here terminated terday, and the -ieclded to go to ite southern ineuojlla r.sit year. There eerenty-flve delegates at this.year's meet, atid the gathering n lol of Intert-sL The offi- cers of 1913 were' all re-eltcitd, as foilOTvs: Hon: president, ilrs. G. H. V. Hat- yea, Government House, Edmonton; president, Mrs. Louise C. McKinney, Claresholra; vice-president, Mrs. F. corresponding sec- retary, Mri. I. G. p. Burbeclr, Edmon- cism. ''It if; unnecessary anywhere In MR. R.S. NEVILLE, Who has just been appointed junior taxing officer of the Hotels Filling With Men Spying Out Land of Groat Possibilities' Excursions, bearing Am- erican to Alberta, will be in to tbe new year; W, of Denver, was in the city again this en route for the south, where he will organise "an- other excursion ol land' seekers .for the C.-F. R> Ho states that the 'next excursion will be ihbirtiv and others will follow until the end The party, Vvlth Tvhich he VwenL through some lira's ago were greatly pleased'.with the country, and soinc eight or. nine sections of land sold. Another parly is now 'oh' the way charge of Baker, one of Mr. Davis' sub-agents. Americans are beginning to pour across the boundary at Coutfs, com ing from Ihc big land drawing at Glas- gow, MonL In one'hotel last'night ton; recording.secretary, Mrs. R. H. Kent, Medicine Hat; treasurer, Mrs. C. G. Craig. Olds; secretary, C. j. T.ock7crn, Carlstdt: Loyal Temper- ance Legion secretary, Mrs, Grace Boyd, CarlstadL The -convention was Mrs. Jacksoa .Dillabaugh. a clever 'Ameri- can worker, who thrilled large audt- with' her addresses. At the close of one.meeting a forge number puh- ilcly signed the pledge. Mrs. JlcKin- ney'a forcible "addresses were also a feature of'the convention. 013s ex- tended every bosjiHalUy, and greatly pleased the-visitors. PAPER FREIGHT RATES SCHEDULE D.C., Sept. 20, In- crease on tbe rates oh paper In carlORriB from Milwaukee to dcsliha- tlons west of that point, the. rates be- ing factors In making of through rates from the caet to the destina- tions, were suspended the Inter- Western Canada to make any men- tion ol the responsibility of J. D. jstate Commerce Commission today un- McArthur and his associates In cnn-j111 Aytll C, ISM. Tho pronoscd In- tection with the Kdmonton, Dunve-fcrease v.ill Involve extended Invcst- gan and B. G, said the'-gotlnn by tho commission, LARGEST INDIVIDUAL CROP IN CANADA--TOTAL BUSHELS Worth on Gride Tracfc, acre Cereal Acres Buihels YLeld ac. SO C.W. 125.00 Not Whe.t ..............305 Barley ...............462 Flax ................J03 Plots 18 35 1 and 2 51 Extra 3 18 1 N. W. 720 Coit of K-jmmer fallowing one acre In 1912 and cropping It In 1913, wai Return! pir acre this year from to per-acre, clear profit of from to 20 per acre on 3851 acres. It pays to MANY HAPPY RETURNS- .J. London, Rob- ft erts .Is -SI years ol age today. The veteran field roarsliall who attended the army manoeuvres, will, early in Dcceraber, in Lon- don, address a'.meeting, anllcl- pated to. number on 5- "National Service.'1' Armed Men Held, up the Clerks Got Away With Thief niver Fails, Minn., Sept. 30. Soo depot here was robbed oi this morning at 3.15 'o'clock by three masted and heavily armed men. Only the baggageman, a night tictet agent the.depot at (lie time ol the robbery; Cbarlc; Johnson, the night, bagjagfman, had just carried its st'orijrbox 'contain: ice the money from tic'train into the depot and had returned to .the platform, u'he.i fce ivas up .and backed into tho ofiice.-ar.d ordered to stand against the wall.-' The two JLad Bushels.of and 2, C. W. SU3DIER FALLOW Some Results That Beneiits Derived from Good Farming If the total crop from the KoWe arm. ajeregaling SCO.COO bushels, waa. placed In care, the train required to handle the shipment f ivould be two milea long. iltly per cent of tte im- mense crop tbro-jgh tha thresher apoat and aporoximalely cartels ol grain' In fifty-sixtr cars, either on. track or at the eastern Mn 'l Kobk has just a feint idea of. the f onslons of ttis vast yield. nothing about, the N'oMe farm, that can be expressed in small terms. Andr Tvhen ths real figures aro given to artrago individual, it .is hard to comprehend And of tits immense ciop, only cars out of the-ilflr-alx al-J ready been -tilled' contained} eat. The rest was bariey and oAta, One hundred and forty-live thousand, bushels of oats have already been at an average price of cents per bushel.-.The, wfatat has not yet beea sold, and hulk of the crop will kept'for. seed and feed., Oat of .20J1 acres of flax, TvMcti yielded IS to tbe acre on atubbte sowing, onlTj onft carjoad has been'sold, tbe rcmi.l.i'f1 der being kept for seed- B'tuik Suggests Cousoliila'tioii of Notes "With Delientures as Seourity f. COCJNCIL If -rainagera. of (ha various banks in" tho city now holding city notes' for their customers, will agree to a proposal made by G. R. Tinning. ACCEPTS OFFER At-a special meeting of'the council this aftfe-rnoon, It was decided lo. accent the offer of the Union Hank. The Council will approach'the other batifcs toldlng notes. there were fourteen Americans regls- Amtytt of Ucioa Bank, the cky'3 mostly from Montana pointy while In another there llncle citizens, tbo majority from Colorado.' One gentleman from Missouri1 said he had been shown. He could not be- flnahdll difficulties may tolved In such a' manner that a tale of thV hondK'wIll not be necessary unUl the (one of the :market improves and the ctty receiyeE an offer In the neigbbor- How We May Elect an Ideal Commission COMMISSIONER AN ENGINEER' lieve that It'was possible to "grow Qf flowers In Canada (n guch profusion j Ttnntns'B proposal .It tbal each and 'Heep1 them blooralns aa tbtiy'are: bank consolidate the notes discounted in Gait .Gardens. He said he had seen I for their customers Into one note clover !n the park, Just llko tbfey'gro-w lua Blgncd by tho city. "down homo.1" Hts Ml as curtail, fittl-JAi security- for the payment of tho tude wat, natural, but it had'heen note, tbe'city will get the. bond Issue deposit suffi- cient 'bonds to cover-the face value of the note, and as scon as the bonds i are sold, and the money paid over to tho bAnici, the notes and bonds will .be released. j Such solution of the problem IB practical arid would relieve the tclfy of tho necoGBtty ct Bucrlflctnp Its 'bonfis at a price much below par. The tone "of Ibe market! mell, .secretary -L other The entire'reiriBliulw'bf ascnt, pwn on summer fallow land, keys to. the box.1 with .the senseless. with. and the lieys t_ acres "ready." to BOW, this; 1 'arm JJ.OQii'each in "currently', -pue wrfl ing Jl.OCO 'and one. v'er'was The" stolen money' was shipped" from JliimeapolisI'.autl was to be shipped today Carious banks in the cities .'a'oag Soo liae Ijttween this city and- Duluth and between here and U- Shcriil L- A. At- Stanton with an posse, are hunting for the fugitives. ol the men were nl metHuin sire and the third is described'as being short and stocky. Proposal ;to Have Gclc- bratipn "ntJjethbridge to'...bo Considered Lcthbridge wilt lively he one ot the Peleroboro, OnL, claims a pop- ulallon of over A falling Iron and kill- ed W. J. Pendiay, a prominent B. C. citizen..... celebration in connection sir presWE11t. Of with the .centenary ol .peace hetwcen; Royal Society of Artists, Is dead. Great'Etiiain and the United States. Ex-Aid. fVank Toronto, All will 'depend on the success met dead. q I Camroao Is drilling tor-gas. ith heie.tlns weet.by t. j for the, ]lot" p6y ariT employees, who were within the past forlntght has caused Canadian' 1'eaco" Centenarf associa- absent serving militia during Became the chUf commfwinner is entitled to the title of, mayor and; receives the largest btllevinfl that hit election Is any more Important than that of either public works or public utilities commiulon- er. If anything selection ef for the liittsr poiitlons and will require more careful cantfcftratfon by Ihc t The public works corrmlnfoner, his name have charge of public works. He will be responsible ca nit ruction of new Btreets, itwers, waterworks, etc., and for the maintenance of pirkt, boulevards and other city property of a ilmllar nature. _ vHerttofora this work hai been in direct charge ol a city engineer. He planned and carried out the work, subject howave'p toMhe'wishcs of the council. latttr botfy dftalt with, the various works only insofar zt they wore mat- of policy. All the actual details were In charge of the city, engineer. v Now there arc two of men the people of may elect for the job of public works They may decide on layman, or they may choose a qualified civil engineer. In the opinion of the Herald the fatter is the only possible economical choice. 'Decide on a layman, and what happer.s? lie has no trainfng In the construction of municipal works. He would be lott tn an engineering office. He would need under him a c'ityL engineer of experience to plan the work and se: that It w.at properly carried out. salary would be The city'engineer's'would be at least that amount. Sc wltii itit ordinary per annum, IB no reason foria In'favcr of the >jr. Scatnmell has been in thf, iho Nanalmo riots. the Dank ol Montreal promises to be l reduced to a inlnlrnura wltWn the neit month. At present the amount slard3 at approximately This vrlll ]n'his letter to the secretary ol the All the officers of the regiment be mot out of the current yenr's taxes which nre beginning to come In free- ly. Yesterday one tax account was paid. The dally average of tases bration's .of'. tho hundred years of Italian government ;con: man commissioner of the public worki 'department, there i-fixed .expenditure of rnan qualified to act at city engineer. He woufd be .qualified to look after every detail of depart- ment. He could plan and equally well. His tralnlng'would bo a'lj along the line of hit work. With fore- men of to him, thfcrt would 6t no need hfgh salaried official bearing the title city engineer. cost'would be. only i; r In the CMC the people would elect a man at !oe1rders aggregate .nearly, one curs, and the farm are at sent busy 'blna.tor-the'.qfiijc low, so that .tlTesWns .may. cow, tlnued., One 13? feet lantjbjr.if feet wide, and will hold 20.0M tls. Besides this, them are severaj otber very large ones, then Noble'has his bushel slevitoi; which b filling up've'rjr last j Grain ia: pouring out ol Ing machines, of which there in.twi at the rate of about 12.0CO' t' day, cosUna 3 cents'per threth, and the system -which' w Nobla and untque.-He saves JoO.OO a day process, figuring the Increased 'amour of grain handled, and the saving I tho number of teams required; .Tl- blnd wheels of tbe bundle placed on the front X, and tho ama h-ont.wheels pufln the rear. The'rac [B made grain light, and equipix with a ropn lald-along'tbe bottom the rack, and orc-r lie top of V. When the driver pulls In to chine ho attaches one end of to the vrheel of the engine and'kea right on going. Tbe loid Elldet.( the rack lo the ground, whore spike pllebers OT'O kept busy throwii tho bundles Into the machine, i, teams are saved In this way, thong the same number of men Is 'require there being six-men In Hie.'flcUjI each nwcl'.ine. But the tr.acliinet kept going a' a steady rale, 1 jj bushel tank has been filled In tbVr( ccrd time of ten. minutes. There 4y about 'elxty men on the- machiiir now, and slxix-llve head of horiei U .lo the threshiDo tlons. Sir. Noble Intends to'put In! larger crop nest, year, and judgh? from Ihe appearance of twenty head fine mule colts, ho will have 'increased tils moUve powtr J handle tho worV..- ttnounl of -HTo fltock nd-Mli' from the head of hoiW there are fifteen dtlr? covi tsA M eclf-tlYe bToiil tows. Bill Mr, calls Ihls year his fully realizing the value of'llre but fa get Into A trip to the farm Is big ej'e-openerf and tilk. with, Mr.; Noble 'ad would "convince- noliil but hard scientific ffc" Ing raathoas and ;